NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By the time the fall semester rolls around at Duke University this year, the school's decade-old flagship genomics program, the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, will be gone

This summer its administrators are breaking the Institute down and restructuring it into three separate units. Each of the new entities will engage with scientists from all over the campus in interdisciplinary projects that reflect the expansion of genomics into broader realms.

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